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Birds of a feather

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Monica Pidgeon, who receives her much deserved honorary aa award tomorrow evening, still lives in the Walter Segal-designed St Anne's Close in Highgate where she was a founder resident with, among others, Michael Cooke-Yarborough and Michael Grice, founder partners of acp (Grice is still a resident too). Representing a new generation of architects is Steve Tompkins of Haworth Tompkins, architect for the Royal Court Theatre project. What has kept the St Anne's Close scheme so attractive over the years is a strong management system. What many will not know is that Segal himself left the development when his neighbours refused him permission to extend his house believe it or not!

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